YK Delta COVID-19 Dashboard

The data provided in this dashboard counts all confirmed and known COVID-19 cases of residents and visitors in the YK Delta, therefore this number might vary slightly from official data reported by the State of Alaska.
YKHC updates this data the morning following the day the cases are identified, Monday through Friday. Cases identified over the weekend are reported Monday.

As of 6/23/2021

TOTAL CASES

5399

ACTIVE CASES

54

RECOVERED

5320

Deceased

25

COMMUNITIES

37

Communities affected in-region, NOT including Bethel

RESIDENTS

5347

Infectious while in-region

RESIDENTS

50

NOT in-region while infectious

NON-RESIDENTS

55

Infectious while in-region

HOSPITALIZATIONS

66

In-region at YKDRH

HOSPITALIZATIONS

24

Medevac'd to out-of-region hospital

VACCINATED

14,392

Unique individuals who have received a COVID-19 vaccination

As of 6/18/2021

PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL POPULATION VACCINATED BY COMMUNITY

Data below is as of 6/18/21. This data is updated Friday by 5 p.m.

Akiachak: 45%
Akiak: 32.4%
Alakanuk: 47.4%
Aniak: 59.6%
Anvik: 69.2%
Bethel: 57.6%
Chefornak: 35.2%
Chevak: 43.8%

Chuathbaluk: 56.9%
Crooked Creek: 39.2%
Eek: 50.3%
Emmonak: 48.1%
Holy Cross: 57.4%
Hooper Bay: 47%
Kalskag: 53.2%
Kasigluk 52.7%

Kipnuk: 38.7%
Kongiganak: 42%
Kotlik: 45.8%
Kwethluk: 47.5%
Kwigillingok: 43.6%
Lower Kalskag: 60.4%
Marshall: 56.8%

Mekoryuk: 75.7%
Mtn. Village: 52.9%
Napakiak: 53.2%
Napaskiak: 45.9%
Newtok: 38.7%
Nightmute 35.6%
Nunam Iqua: 64.1%

 

Nunapitchuk: 51.6%
Pilot Station 34.3%
Pitka’s Point: 42%
Quinhagak: 43.8%
Scammon Bay: 40.2%
St. Mary’s: 65.5%
Toksook Bay: 56.4%
Tuntutuliak: 49.7%

Communities listed have given YKHC permission to share this data. If you are a community leader and would like to have your village included on this list, please complete this consent form and email to publicrelations@ykhc.org.

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Additional Resources

Alaska's COVID-19 Response

Alaska DHSS Coronavirus Webpage

Information about how to keep yourself and your family healthy. coronavirus.alaska.gov

The Governor’s Webpage on COVID-19

The latest press releases, video, and statements from the Office of the Governor related to the COVID-19 outbreak in Alaska. gov.alaska.gov/covid19news

Alaska Division of Homeland Security & Emergency Management

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US COVID-19 Response

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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